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On this segment of HarperAudio!,
William Faulkner reads his speech accepting the Nobel Prize in Literature, which he was awarded in 1949. At the time this speech was given, the world had just emerged from the chaos of the Second World War, and the threat of atomic annihilation hung over humanity. Faulkner’s faith in the human spirit, as expressed in this speech, rejects in his way the horrors of the preceding decade.
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